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10/18/12 4:39 PM
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Jayd
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I have Saulo Ribero's Jiujitsu university book which is widely thought of as the best book for bjj (gi) and i found it really useful, but i don't have a nogi book. Please can people recommend any books that they own which they have found to help their game?

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10/19/12 1:57 PM
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Roylers book is a nice intro Phone Post
11/2/12 11:32 PM
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Roylers is good,Eddie Bravo's half guard book is good also.
11/12/12 4:10 PM
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i dont know if it is still available but baret yoshida had a book DVD combo on budovideos for like $25,all no-gi,its kinda old but a GREAT resource for no gi training
11/19/12 4:32 PM
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Marcelo Garcia's books are awesome, aswell as Eddies.
9/25/13 3:14 AM
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Dave Camarillo (Submit everyone) is great once you get past the layout
10/12/13 1:57 PM
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Edited: 10/12/13 2:42 PM
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why the preference for books, for me, dvds have been much more useful. Actually, I think there is a better option than dvd's. A lot of really good instructors have created an online form of training that even provides some platform for Q/A.<br /><br />Personally, I use the 10th planet MTS, which I think is cheaper than buying books. For me, that has been the best way to study but that might be particular b/c I train at a 10th planet school so it is re-enforcing what I am learning on the mat

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